I bribe a military junta to monopolise the communications industry.
I use my money to buy the votes of my countrymen.
I avoid paying taxes to my country so my personal wealth will grow.
I change the tax laws of my country to benefit my companies.
I loan my country's tax money to other countries so they can contract my companies.
I sell some of my companies to foreign companies and don't pay any tax on the sale.
I help fund dictatorships in neighbouring countries so their governments will continue to use my companies.
I stop the national press from exposing my dealings.
I hide personal funds outside of my country.
I jump bail to avoid being convicted of corruption.
I buy passports from corrupt governments so I can hide from my country's laws.
I help fund the uneducated to create chaos and unrest in my country.
I will destroy my country so I can continue to increase my fortunes. May the blind and uneducated be praised!
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It would be enlightening to many, I am sure, if leaflets containing this article were 'dropped' into their fold and read carefully - perhape then, they would realise that Thaksin is pushing this not for the countrys' befefit but to suit his personal agenda.
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is there only one party in thailand who changes the tax laws?
is there only one party in thailand whose politicians benefit from conflicts of interest?
As far as i can see all the parties are corrupt, so why not let the people decide who they want to vote for, ie who they percieve to be the best party to represent their intrests, thats what voting in free elections for a democracy is, or do i misunderstand that concept?
when the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer theres only one result, and we are seeing it unravel infront of our very own eyes.
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